Volunteers help Scouts learn plenty at day camp

Posted: Thursday, June 18, 2009

A hearty thank-you to the volunteers, parents and kids that attended the 2009 Tustumena District Cub Scout Day Camp. This year we had the joy of having Nancy Veal and her 4-H folks come and give a worthwhile talk on nutrition, healthy living and predator and prey relations. We also had Jack Ransom instill smart boat and water safety skills with our Scouts. Roy Smith and Charlie Black, in conjunction with the Kenai Peninsula Chapter of the Safari Club, taught Scouts archery and BB gun safety while letting the kids have a chance to practice those lessons.

All of these things couldn't have been possible without the support of the Kenai Parks and Recreation Department. Thank you to all of the parents and volunteers who helped to create a wonderful program for the boys, and we look forward to continuing this tradition in Kenai as the Boy Scouts of America look forward to their 100th anniversary.

Thank you, everyone, who helped to make this event a success.

Jodi Stuart


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